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This study examined the effects of sedimentloadings from an abandoned hydraulic miningsite on potential trout spawning gravels, largeaquatic macroinvertebrates, and fish growth,survival and reproduction in the South YubaRiver (Nevada County) California. Effects ofsediment loadings, which are...
The impact of environmental stress on the grassgoby, Zosterisessor ophiocephalus, wasstudied at both biochemical and morphologicallevels, by comparing three sites in the Venicelagoon (the Northern, Central and Southernbasins) which differ in terms of the degree ofanthropogenic disturbance, in...
The amphipod Austrocrangonyx n.sp. livesin forested streams above 1165m on the easternNew England plateau in NSW. Classification andRegression Tree (CART) analysis and principalcomponent biplots showed low streamtemperatures and high levels of coarseparticulate organic matter (CPOM), among...
The estuarine portion of the Swan–Canning riversystem runs through the centre of Perth,Western Australia's capital city, with apopulation of approximately 1.4 million people. Little is known about impact of chemicalsentering the estuary via road runoff andstormwater drains on biota inhabiting...
Survival and growth of Asian clamsmay be more sensitive endpoints than benthicmacroinvertebrate community richness parametersat distinguishing biotic impairmentattributable to complex effluents fromcoal-burning utilities. We conducted (1) fieldbioassays with the Asian clam (Corbiculafluminea)...
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